Projects using GNU libcdio

cued
A CD ripper for free OS's – compare with EAC (Exact Audio Copy).
cdw
A front-end for command-line tools: wodim, mkisofs/genisoimage, growisofs, dvd+rw-mediainfo, and dvd+rw-format.
gmerlin
An audio/video architecture for Linux.
kiso
a KDE GUI for creating, extracting and editing ISO 9660 images
libcddb
a cross-platform library that implements the different protocols (CDDBP, HTTP, and HTTP proxy) to access data on a CDDB server (e.g. http://freedb.org). If libcdio is around it is used in regression testing. All of the libcdio-enabled CD-DA plugins and libcdio's cdda-player optionally use this library.
mednafen
is an OpenGL command-line driven multi-system emulator for the Atari Lynx, GameBoy, GameBoy Color, GameBoy Advance, NES, PC Engine (TurboGrafx 16), and SuperGrafx
mplayer
The audio plugin optionally uses libcdio.
mplayerxp
a branch of mplayer but with a new thread-based core. The newer VCD module (vcdnav) uses libcdio.
pird
a command-line ripper written in D.
Samba +
libcdio
A Samba VFS module that that allows exporting a CD without mounting it
VCDImager
VCD (VideoCD) BIN/CUE, CD authoring, image creation, ripping, and diagnostic tools.
unieject
An eject command drop-in replacement for Linux and FreeBSD that use libcdio to send commands to devices. It supports all the features of the standard FreeBSD eject and the most important ones of Linux eject.
vlc
The (newer) CDDA plugin which supports CD-Text, CDDB and CD-paranoia uses libcdio. The newer VCD plugin uses libcdio too. In vlc 0.84 VCD playing (either libcdio or not) is broken; VCD handling never was as complete as xine's plugin.
xine
The (newer) VCD plugin which supports menus, mouse hot spots and navigation (playback control or PBC) uses libcdio
XMBC
Xbox Media Center is a multimedia player/jukebox for the Xbox from Microsoft.
gstreamer
plugins
The CD-DA plugin uses libcdio.
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